Regional Oral History Office - Recovered Trash
ROHO conducts, teaches, analyzes, and archives oral and video history documents in a broad variety of subject areas critical to the history of California and the United States.
ROHO provides a forum for students and scholars working with oral sources to deepen the quality of their research and to engage with the theory, methodology, and meaning of individual testimony and social memory.
The interviews are archived and constitute primary documents with people who made history - and who were a part of history - all realms of human life, for example in public policy, business, social movements, academic and community life, politics, the arts, science and technology, among others.
itunes.json and itunes.rss are the original metadata files. See the Archive Team page for more information about the archiving effort.
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